Reflecting on the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation
The CMA is committed to advancing reconciliation in health care in partnership with First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples. Read a statement on the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation from President Dr. Kathleen Ross on key steps forward.
It is our sincere hope that by walking this path with Indigenous Peoples that we can create a better, more inclusive health system.
Listening to Indigenous voices
Co-creating the future The CMA’s new Indigenous health goal reflects the expertise and experiences of 16 Indigenous leaders and knowledge-keepers
New faces of change How two organizations supported by the CMA Foundation are supporting Indigenous medical students and Indigenous health initiatives
Challenging anti-Indigenous racism in health care Key considerations on unlearning white supremacy from the BC Office of the Public Health Officer
Fireside Chats on Indigenous Health Indigenous patients, providers and leaders discuss cultural safety in care, improving the health of Indigenous Peoples, and the importance and meaning of an apology
The Unforgotten A five-part film on systemic racism, the impacts of colonialism and the ongoing trauma experienced by Indigenous Peoples in Canada’s health care system
Keep up with our work on a better future of health.
Registration now open: 2023 Canadian Conference on Physician Health
Many physicians are at a breaking point. Join providers, learners and changemakers to talk about building better work environments and a new medical culture where physicians are supported as people as well as professionals. This year’s conference will take place in Montreal and virtually from November 3-4.